The mission of the New Mexico Association of Food Banks is to work towards ending hunger in New Mexico through collaborative food acquisitions and distribution, education, and advocacy, throughout New Mexico.
What is the New Mexico Association of Food Banks and how does it serve the community?
• The New Mexico Association of Food Banks is a collaboration of 5 New Mexico food banks, providing food to hungry New Mexicans.
• Food is distributed by each member food bank through a statewide network of over 500 hunger relief locations impacting every county in the state.
• The food banks work together as the NMAFB to provide critical food assistance resources for New Mexicans facing hunger, impacting the lives of children, seniors, families and adults.
• The primary function of the NMAFB is to advocate on behalf of those experiencing hunger in every community and serve as an educational resource to local and state governments.
• The support of volunteers and investment of donors is vital and critical to continue providing services at pandemic levels.